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Arachnich commented on picture ID 136354.

He really is rather handsome but he's quite distracting as he goes zooming around! Good suggestion, they do look similar.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136350.

The photo was taken in November. She looks like she has oviposited her eggs and is now weak and a lot dehydrated. Orbweavers tend to walk on the ground or floor when they are this weak. Some seek wet asphalt to get some hydration. This is the end of the life cycle. :(... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136358.

He's a Cellar Spider, probably Pholcus phalangiodes. https://bugguide.net/node/view/9609 It looks different than the ones in my house, but I'm going by statistical odds of it being a different Pholcus species in Texas. They are totally harmless to people and pets. They may kill other spiders in your home though. They're really good at controlling indoor fruit flies. They will put webs in hous... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136350.

Hello! This looks like Araneus diadematus, the Cross Orb-weaver. This individual might be a bit dehydrated.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136354.

Wow, such a beautiful spider! I think yours is a male, possibly looking for a female.May I suggest Nyssus coloripes, the Spotted Ground Spider?https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/466015-Nyssus-coloripes... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 135755.

Based on shape, I'd say an orb-weaver of some kind, but as to what kind, I am entirely at a loss. I recommend checking out the book "A Photographic Guide to Spiders of New Zealand" by Dr. Cor J. Vink. If you don't find your spider in there, I might suggest submitting your picture to the author through his university:https://researchers.lincoln.ac.nz/cor.vinkYour spider is so unique and so ... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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NancyD commented on picture ID 136348.

Thanks! I had no idea what it was!!... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136352.

Male Cobweb Spider (Asagena americana)... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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Sherryboulger commented on picture ID 136181.

Thanks so much. This is a wonderful service and I really appreciate all the amazing pictures and info. Please excuse my eagerness and don't mistake it for impatience. Truly wondered if it was just such an obvious type that my query annoyed the true spider enthusiasts. Thanks again!... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136334.

Wolf Spiders are among the largest spiders in North America. The largest species of Tigrosa that your spider could be max out at 2.5 to 3 inches in leg span with a cephalothorax length of about an inch.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136348.

Thanks for your reply!... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136348.

False widows in NA don't get this jet black in color. The red/orange spots on its back are also not found on any Steatoda's or Asagena's, if I remember correctly. Steatoda's will usually have some sort of reddish-brown hue to them. Sometimes a greenish hue due to their translucency. Black Latrodectus spp. typically aren't that translucent, almost a solid black. Steatoda spp. are also a lot hairier... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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pmsauto commented on picture ID 136334.

this was way too big to be a wolf spider. was more like the size of an adults thumb (not including the legs)... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136318.

Yes, more specifically in the Callobius genus. Nice picture.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136348.

Thanks for correcting me! How did you tell this apart from a false widow? I've seen some that have fairly flat black colouration, so I assumed it was a false widow.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136334.

Wolf Spider (Tigrosa sp.)... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136336.

Wolf Spider (Tigrosa helluo)... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136324.

Probably a False Wolf Spider in the Titiotus genus. Here is a picture for you to compare https://bugguide.net/node/view/1237722/bgimage... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136348.

This is a Black Widow. Either L. mactans (Southern) or L. variolus (Northern). One of the ways to tell these two species apart are the red/orange spots on its back. Unfortunately, this spiders spots are too difficult to make out.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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Adryn commented on picture ID 136330.

Them being nocturnal would make sense too. I never ever seem to see this one move when I'm up and the lights are on, but I look in the morning and they're gone from where they were all day.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136330.

Yep! More specifically the black footed yellow sac spider. I have a couple, and they are nocturnal and really good at pressing themselves into small corners. They are generally pretty skittish (although not very fast) and rarely aggressive in my experience. Also really picky eaters :P... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136346.

Phidippus audax, also called the bold jumping spider :)... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136348.

Nice find! Most likely Steatoda grossa.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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Shadowofawolf commented on picture ID 130202.

That was my first thought when I seen it was a daddy long leg, but it is different then those I have usually seen around here, that photo definitely looks like it. Thank you.... Discussion Thread

April 20, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136314.

She was a Crab Spider, possibly in genus Misumenoides. They hunt by camouflaged ambush of prey, rather than by web. It takes more energy for the spider to grab and wrestle prey and to hold onto it against gravity while they eat. The web does the binding and holding work for spiders that use them as a trap. Crab Spiders are not dangerous to people nor pets. They appear to mostly eat bees and h... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136258.

Nice ventral photo of her! This shows well the wide orange "hourglass" marking of Brown Widows. I think it is interesting that you keep several spider species so that you can observe them. If you handle her, just a note of warning from my experience...Therididae family spiders have poor vision. The False Widows in my house don't appear to be able to see the difference between a black object an... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136181.

From memory, it might be https://bugguide.net/node/view/15152 Phidippus johnsoni. I don't know how to say this without sounding defensive (sorry!) We're trying to keep up with ID requests, but this site is 100 percent operated by volunteers. I'm kind of the deputy site moderator. Most of our volunteers are new to this and doing a great job with enthusiasm. They haven't all seen the spiders t... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 135269.

@maria2021 She will delete it for you when she has time if you posted someone else's photo without permission or if it is an endangered species.What you write will be posted in the forum, it isn't private.... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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Sherryboulger commented on picture ID 136181.

Is this spider unique, or so well-known that no one is commenting on what it is? I'm so curious about it. Thank you.... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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Adryn commented on picture ID 136330.

My initial guess for this is a Yellow Sac Spider, especially since I haven't seen it in a web, but unsure.... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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Lumberduck63 commented on picture ID 136318.

A Hacklemesh!... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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rupsje commented on picture ID 136272.

Well, you are far more knowledgeable than I am as I had to look up the terminology you used. I have now improved my knowledge and increased my identification abilities. Thanks for that.I found this similarly marked and comparable colouration examplehttps://www.biolib.cz/en/taxo... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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thedoozer commented on picture ID 136316.

Thank you!... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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dimitrider commented on picture ID 136316.

Philodromus... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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dimitrider commented on picture ID 136312.

Oecobius... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 135269.

All right. You need to put the @ symbol right next to the name ItsyBitsy - she's the moderator. That'll send a notification to her mailbox. There's no guarantee she'll be available to get to it for a while, though. You can use the same method to message any user - @ with the name, no space.... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 130202.

Okay! Those markings confused me into interpreting it as having two body segments, but I can see the similarity with the photo you shared.... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 130202.

This is definitely a Harvestman, otherwise known as a Daddy Long Leg. Based off the markings, it is most likely Odiellus pictus https://bugguide.net/node/view/1331032/bgimage... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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maria2021 commented on picture ID 135269.

I really want to delete it. can you tell me who should I mention or ask to delete this post of mine. thanks in advance!... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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Shadowofawolf commented on picture ID 130202.

Those do look close. After going through so many photos online I thought maybe a fishing spider?. Those double triangle markings on it, I couldn't find a good match. Appreciate your response.... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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Theo commented on picture ID 136308.

Thanks !... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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dimitrider commented on picture ID 136308.

zoropsis... Discussion Thread

April 19, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136302.

Cool! I think it's a Trap-door Spider in genus ummidia https://bugguide.net/node/view/6935/data I really wanted to find one when I was a kid after I read illustrated science books. Yes, I was born this way. :) You might have scared it into moving when you were digging. Bugs move slowly when they're cold. I was digging out non-native Star of Bethlehem bulbs in a flower garden this week and fo... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136237.

She might be Gea heptagon, a species that we rarely see submitted. I don't know if this is one of the Orbweavers that makes golden silk, I don't think so. She shook the web because she sensed you -perhaps your shadow fell upon her- and she was attempting to look big and scary. It's a defense against predators. A few species do this, including common Cellar Spiders. I saw a Banded Garden Spide... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136304.

I didn't check your location originally (oops) but this is actually much more likely to be a black lace weaver.... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136304.

Black house spider would be my guess... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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dimitrider commented on picture ID 136280.

Maybe Phylloneta... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136288.

Maybe a nursery web spider?... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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dimitrider commented on picture ID 136278.

Heliophanus... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136296.

This is steadota grossa, commonly a called false widow. Nice find!... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136284.

This is just a harmless Running Crab Spider. Most of these guys are fairly arboreal. That's probably why you are seeing them in your condo. Either they climbed up the condo and in or they were brought inside, by accident, from something that might have been kept outside. Plants at garden centers are one example of this kind of occurrence.... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136272.

It does seem to have quite short chelicerae for a Tetragnathidae, but so do the individuals in the example photos I found. I'm not an expert by any means, but like all of us here, I'm learning. If you have other ID suggestions, I'd be glad to hear them.Are you a professional photographer? You should be. I can see you have an eye for the tiny things, the oft-overlooked beauty to be found all ar... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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Momibelle commented on picture ID 136284.

A quick search brings up the 'Hobo' spider. Unsure however, but is this a female? I have found two now, in a brand new Condo that we are just moving into. This is concerning, since we are on the 4th floor!... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136274.

This is a Nursery Web Spider (Pisaurina mira). I believe that these species are also considered, like their "cousins" in the other Pisauridae genera, to be semi-aquatic, even though Pisaurina spp. are typically more terrestrial spiders.... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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Shibumi commented on picture ID 136270.

Thanks once again LittleSlingLover: I followed your clue, and landed up at Tarantupedia as Arachnoboards was not that user-friendly.This is the closest I have come to matching it.Pterinochilus lapalalaDiscussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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rupsje commented on picture ID 136272.

Hi. Thanks for your response and thanks for the compliment.I wasn't sure if it could be of the long jawed orb weavers. Your more practised eye would seem to give credence that it is.Thanks again for your comments.... Discussion Thread

April 18, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136274.

I would guess this is in the family Philodromidae. I don't know enough about spiders in the south to narrow it down more.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136197.

I'm not sure,I don't recognize it. It looks like a Wolf Spider in family Lycosidae. The feet are an interesting shape. It isn't anything dangerous. Medically dangerous species of spiders are relatively rare and they tend to live in warmer places than London.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136249.

That looks right! I've fallen down a bit of a research hole (hence why I'm up at 12:30 haha) and these little guys are really cool! I need to see if I can find a couple to observe :)... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136249.

Cool! I think Carlie is a the Spitting Spider Scytodes atlacoya. https://bugguide.net/node/view/1865789 Our site doesn't appear to have any filed previous submissions of the species. I checked BugGuide.net. They have more years of data and they do have submitted photos of this species from North Carolina. They have short fangs because the fangs are used to shoot a strand of venom mixed with... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136249.

Great find! This little guy looks like a spitting spider to me. They aren't dangerous because their fangs are too small to break the skin.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 129065.

Beautiful indeed!... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 129273.

Yes, it is! Good work!... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 130024.

Hello! This looks to be Araneus marmoreus, the Marbled Orb-weaver. They come in different colors as well, but this is the color morph nicknamed "pumkin spider."... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 130202.

The shape and leg proportions remind me of Family Scytodidae, the Spitting Spiders. The closest I've found is Scytodes globula, which has heavily banded legs and may have dark markings in the form of symmetrical splotches. The other Scytodes species I looked at had bars instead of splotches.Here are some images of S. globula at BugGuide.net: https://bugguide.net/node/view/793801/bgimage http... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 131131.

May I suggest Salticus scenicus?https://spiderid.com/picture/10098/... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 131667.

I didn't know that one! Neat.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136211.

May I suggest the closely related Meta ovalis, which is native to the US?https://spiderid.com/spider/tetragnathidae/meta/ovalis/... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 135759.

It certainly is! I think it is Araneus brisbanae, the Brisbane Orbweaver.These observations at iNaturalist show a range of color and very similar if not identical pattern to your spider: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/71354469 https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/54845606... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136241.

I think this may be Trichonephila edulis, the Australian Golden Orb-weaver.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136272.

Wow, what a stunning picture! Could this be Metellina mengei? There's a great range of possible colorations, and the carapace markings might match as well.Here are two observations at iNaturalist that have similarities to your spider: https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/65288773 https://www.inaturalist.org/observations/32400764... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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LittleSlingLover commented on picture ID 136270.

Harpactira sp. of some sort. Not sure which species exactly. You could try Arachnoboards or Tarantula Forum for a better response.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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chupa14 commented on picture ID 136243.

Thanks for the information Chris... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136268.

I would guess it's in the genus steadota.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Matt1979 commented on picture ID 136243.

Woodlouse spider. Dysdera crocataVery common around me in PA.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Matt1979 commented on picture ID 136260.

Black lace weaver i believe? Hacklemesh weaver possibly.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Matt1979 commented on picture ID 124638.

Thank you. I think you are right. I've seen these spiders outside before, I just can't find anything that size in pictures online. Definitely not a wolf spider.... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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dimitrider commented on picture ID 136251.

Zoropsis... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Toasterpeach commented on picture ID 136233.

I have to add it was about the size of a pinky nail! I meant to add that to attributes!... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 135269.

Unfortunately, editing or deleting posts is not something most of us can do. Only the moderator can make those changes. Not sure why you'd want to delete this - it's a stunning picture!... Discussion Thread

April 17, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 135857.

I'd say some type of jumping spider - Family Salticidae - but beyond that I don't know. It is certainly beautiful! Look at that ruby red color! I'd love to know what it is when you find out.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 135892.

I've never seen a picture of one of these that is so light and shiny. Could this be a newly-molted individual?... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136161.

I think these might be Nymph Wheel Bugs (Arilus cristatus). Looks like they're hatching from the cluster of eggs in the center. I recommend BugGuide.net for identifying insects.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136217.

Based on the distinctive shape of the head, I'd say a Lynx Spider (Family Oxyopidae). Lynx Spiders are active hunters, chasing their insect prey rather than waiting for it.They will not be harmful to your garden, and are in fact quite beneficial! Spiders eat lots of insects, including insects that are harmful to plants and humans. Aphids, caterpillars, mosquitoes - spiders will gladly eat thes... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136231.

I agree with your identification! Nice find!... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136229.

Looks like you found a Spitting Spider - Family Scytodidae. Perhaps Scytodes longipes.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136225.

Good work! I agree; it is definitely an orb-weaver. I would suggest Larinioides cornutus, the Furrow Orb-weaver.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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LehcarAivilo commented on picture ID 136225.

Looks quite a bit like the Marbled orb-weaver (Araneus marmoreus). Perhaps?... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136201.

I'm pretty sure that she Larinioides patagiagus. There is a way to tell them apart by the leg markings. This one has a big black band on the fourth pair of legs that the others don't have.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136201.

She's one of the Furrow Orbweavers in genus Larinioides (there are 3 species in your area). https://bugguide.net/node/view/33791 I might be able to tell which one she is from her leg markings.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136195.

Thank you for helping with IDs! Ticks aren't spiders, but they are arachnids. Mswati, I don't know what tick-bourne diseases are in your area, and I highly recommend that you find that information. There are many diseases carried in the guts of ticks where I live and they can cause permanent illness and damage to the body. Possibly arthritis and heart damage, for example. So, this really is so... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136215.

It's a bit hard to tell from the photo, but it could be a black or a false widow. False widows tend to have small indentations on their back and are most shades of tan to dark brown. Black widows will be completely black and have the classic red hourglass shape on their belly. I don't know much about cave spiders though, so I can't rule those out.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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TangledWeb commented on picture ID 136213.

She was a Goldenrod Crab Spider, Misumena vatia. Female spiders are usually larger than males. The eggs develop within their bodies and they need to be big and strong to wrangle prey. Crab Spiders hunt by ambush attack. That's why she had her white body on a white flower. Her first two pairs of legs are held wide to be ready to grab any pollinator that lands on the flower.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Brutusisadog commented on picture ID 136195.

That is a tick! They are parasitic and can spread diseases so be careful especially if it bit you or a pet. They are not spiders... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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dimitrider commented on picture ID 136131.

Triangulosa... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136187.

The leg shape and the head/body ratio look very different than that of a brown recluse, and sightings of them in South Carolina are extremely rare, so I wouldn't worry about it.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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RojavayeIndian commented on picture ID 136187.

Could it be like a baby brown recluse or no?... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136177.

I would guess it's a female Antrodiaetus pacificus. The females rarely leave their burrows, and males will to mate. I've heard they rarely bite and don't have a very potent venom, although I haven't interacted with one so I don't know how true that is.... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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LocalEntomologist commented on picture ID 136187.

Maybe a kind of ghost spider?... Discussion Thread

April 16, 2021
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Helper-Harvestman commented on picture ID 136173.

May I suggest Nyssus coloripes, the Spotted Ground Spider?https://www.inaturalist.org/taxa/466015-Nyssus-coloripes... Discussion Thread

April 15, 2021